Chris Brown Singer reportedly bans guests from his mansion

Chris Brown is taking the utmost care to avoid any more troubles with the police as his fate hangs in the balance.

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Following his recent troubles with the police, Chris Brown is taking care to avoid any more run-ins with the force as he's on a very thin leash.

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TMZ reports that the "Liquor" singer has banned guests from his mansion which is on a strict no alcohol and drugs policy.

Weeks after his arrest on assault charges, Chris has maintained his innocence in the accusations levelled against him by a former beauty queen, Baylee Curran following an altercation at his home.

The pop star has now enforced a strict law surrounding guests at his Calabasas mansion with no 'randoms' allowed. His best friends and roommates are expected to submit a list of potential guests which will include descriptions, for approval also.

Those who are finally let into the mansion would not be allowed to bring in their own drinks or drugs.

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Chris Brown says men cheat more, but women are the 'best' cheats

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Speaking during a recent interview with ABC News, Chris said:

"I cannot wait till the truth comes to light about this incident and this situation.

"You know, because my character's been defaced and who I am as a person and [my] integrity. I'm glad all my real supporters know me, and know the truth and see the truth."

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Chris reportedly threatened Miss Curran with a gun before throwing her out of his home. Further reports revealed that Curran has been known to fake death threats and revealed plans to set Chris up for kicking her out of his home.

However, none of these claim have been verified.

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